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 PThreads in FreeBSD
Author: MVRoman 
Date:   19-10-00 10:35

Hi.

I'm currently working on a new frontend to a database that's older than me for a client. I finished the win32 and Java clients in about a month, the linux client took around 2 months because I kept tripping over their silly pthread wrappers (linuxthreads, I ended up fork-execing instead).

Pthreads are silly, yes, but their pretty portable and I've got a lotta code that uses them already. I'm new to FreeBSD but a couple guys at work say they've never had problems porting my stuff to freebsd so I'd actually like to do some native work on it.

My question is: is FreeBSD's implementation of pthreads fully/mostly/sorta compliant or does it do a similar approach to linux?

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